Rosie the Riveter Double Puzzle

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Rosie the Riveter rose to fame during WWII as a cultural icon used in wartime propaganda to encourage women, mainly housewives, to enter the workforce and bolster the war effort. Rosie actually came out in both song and film first. The poster from which this image came from was forgotten for decades until it was rediscovered in the 1980s. As a bonus, the second side of the puzzle features a propaganda poster for the WAAC, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, which was the women's branch of the military and the first time women other than nurses to serve with the Army. By the end of WWII, over 150,000 women served. Assemble with your family today and remember the women that trail-blazed both military service and joining the workforce.

Product Details
  • ISBN: 978-1-60798-151-0
  • 500 pieces Double sided
  • Finished size: 15'' x 22''
  • Made with Recycled Materials
  • 3+ years of Age


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